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Things to do in Kunene

Best attractions to visit in Kunene

1. Etosha National Park - Kunene

Etosha National Park

The Etosha National Park is a landmark in Africa and its main feature is a huge salt pan which can be viewed even from space. There is a large number of species that call the park home and which can be seen congregating around the watering holes. You might catch a glimpse of them if you are lucky upon your visit to the par. The park is also considered to be one of the most accessible reserves in Namibia as well as in South Africa. Namibia comprises of a number of species of unique flora and fauna and is also one of the very few countries which allow animals to roam wild and free. It boasts a great mix of vast deserts and savannahs, but it would be a better idea to hire a guide to help you explore them. If you travel to the north towards the park, you will come across a place that offers visitors with wide open grasslands along with a massive salt pan (which we mentioned before) spanning across 4731km per square inch. You can also find a number of native Mopani and camel thorn trees scattered across the park besides the abundant wildlife that roam freely around the park in herds and solo.

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2. Skeleton Coast National Park - Kunene

Skeleton Coast National Park

Skeleton Coast National Park is located in the northwest region of Namibia that was established in 1971. Based on an area of roughly 6,504 square miles, the park is visibly divided into two sections from north to south, where the southern section of the park is mostly accessible for wildlife tourism and safari type tours. The northern section of the Skeleton Coast National Park however, is only accessible via flight safari tours as it features deathtraps and loose sand that even the most powerful of all wheel drive vehicles can succumb to. The Skeleton Coast National Park is located on the Iona Skeleton Coast Transfrontier Conservation Area, known for its inaccessible shores and shipwrecks. Despite that much of the coastline has become accessible to tourists in recent years, Skeleton Coast National Park experiences somewhat sub humid tropical and desert climate with a season of rainfall that lasts from December to April. Skeleton Coast National Park is open throughout the year for all-wheel drive vehicles, allowing tourists and visitors to go north up to the Ugab River Gate where you can see the infamous skull and bones sign. If you are looking for a real adventure, Skeleton Coast National Park is the place to be!

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